JOSEPH BROWN ELECTED TO MAINSTREAM GREEN, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Joe Brown, Pres. & CEO Roth Industries, joins Mainstream Green Inc. Board of Directors. CAMILLUS, NY,  Sept. 17, 2017 – –  Mainstream Green, Inc., the two-year old environmental non-profit, is pleased to announce the election of Joseph Brown to its Board of Directors. Mr. Brown is the President & Chief…

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Trader Joe’s pledges 1000 reusable shopping bags to help win Guinness World Records™ title!!

There are so many reasons to love Trader Joe’s but now there’s another one. They pledged 1000 of their gorgeous reusable shopping bags to help Mainstream Green’s effort to set a #GuinnessWorld Record! #Most reusable shopping bags distributed in 24 hours. Now we have a date (Fri.Nov. 24, 2017) a…

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Bonnaroo 2017: Festive & Sustainable!

Reusable, refillable cup from Bonnaroo 2017

Jacinda Ballantyne, an “under thirty” electrical engineer, took a summer vacay at Tennessee music festival and lifestyle experience Bonnaroo (“where happy campers live, sleep, and play in blissful harmony like it’s permanent recess.”).  It was satisfying to her music loving and planet loving self.  She wrote the following, and gave…

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Not the fastest or cheapest but prolly the most fun way to get ppl to use reusable shopping bags

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So… we’re going old school to up-cycle textiles and put polluting plastic shopping bags into remission… We’re having a Reusable Shopping Bags Sewing Bee on Sat. June 4, 2017 from 1-4 pm at the Fayetteville (NY) Free Library maker space. If you have a machine and know how to sew,…

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The Best Gift for a Child: Clean Air

When your car is in P, Turn It Off! Mainstream Green, Inc.

Give a kid you love this t-shirt, cleaner air, and a planet to keep living on!        (Scroll down to order) Americans waste 3.8 million gallons of fuel EVERY DAY letting their cars run  more than a minute or two while parked.  “Idling” is bad for our health because it causes air pollution. It’s bad…

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